Remember the hostel days when the ‘2 am wali Maggi’ always rescued us from the crazy hunger pangs? Even though years have passed, the uncompromised taste of the dish still temps us to go to the railway station or the nearest ‘tapri’ that serves the best Maggi and chai. It is no mere dish, but an emotion for many millennials who take a trip down memory lane recalling the ‘good old days’ when they survived (despite abysmal hostel food) on 2-minute noodles.
Every die-hard Maggi lover would have tried many versions of this easy-to-make comfort food. There are some who like the classic version while others try to improvise it by adding cheese, veggies and even an egg to it with a dash of our favourite Indian spices.
But one woman decided to go all out with the dish most millennials are fiercely possessive about and came up with a ‘not so appetising’ version of the instant noodles.
Best maggi recipe pic.twitter.com/foOrc0VjoU
— Desi Gooner (@Sahil_Adhikaari) September 12, 2019
She shared the recipe of ‘sweet Maggi’ with milk and rose petals and it has offended netizens–TO THE CORE!!
— Jal Zeera English 🌐 (@JZ_English) September 13, 2019
— Aditya Vashistha (@Adi_vashisthaa) September 12, 2019
One ingredient is missing in this recipe .tht is poison …
— Jammie Tammie (@JennyTenny123) September 12, 2019
— Bulla 2002 (@BullaDmello) September 12, 2019
— Doggo Dad (@Khal__Doggo) September 12, 2019
Ab mai 1 mahine tak Maggie nhi kha paungi 😭😭😭
— कृति😎 (@Grlwithdimples) September 12, 2019
— Ankit Thakur (@yourankitthakur) September 12, 2019
This is more harmful than lead
— Khud karle acha nhi lag rha to (@What83059535) September 12, 2019
— कुणाल (@gaurav_kunaal) September 12, 2019
To yahi wo kheer hain pic.twitter.com/N0nryJjJvf
— trollpool (@niralsoni) September 12, 2019
How do I unsee this? 🤢
— BullBull (@DahiiBhalla) September 12, 2019
iss tarah ke vdo se hamari bhaawnaaye aahat hoti hai…. pic.twitter.com/Sd9Inqlj9d
— Dhananjay Verma 🇮🇳 (@verma_dhananjay) September 12, 2019
Maggie ki jagah Sewai use kr leti 😭
— رومانا (@RomanaRaza) September 12, 2019
— LacaJet (@Diff_KnockFC) September 12, 2019
Abe gujju log kisi cheez ko chhode Hain meetha banane see? 😡😡😡😡
— 🇮🇳Siddharth Singh🇮🇳 (@ssr1609) September 12, 2019
Why you wastage maggi?
Why you not use shevaya?
Sweet shevaya is good for Heath.
Sweet maggi is very bad option for Heath.
I don't like sweet maggi.
— Scientist Vaibhav (@OfficeVGM) September 12, 2019
Ye kya dekh liya mene aaj 😭😭😭 pic.twitter.com/RarSdRFNDS
— 🇮🇳 sir-kid (@ooobhaishab) September 12, 2019
There were also some bravehearts who were ‘okay’ with this recipe and expressed interest in recreating the “disaster”.
Why is everyone freaking out over this? It's just kheer right? They just used Maggi instead of semiya, what's the big deal?
— Proud Potterhead (@MKanniganti) September 12, 2019
One can have this as desert after having masala maggi in dinner
— Action Turtle 2.0 (@NindaTurtles) September 12, 2019
I will take out an oppurtune time when mother is out & try this at home. Kuch daring karne ka maan kar raha hai.
— Un-bhadralok bangali (@goonereol) September 12, 2019
Well, to each their own. But if she is done ruining the beautiful memories that we had with the dish, can we get the extra masala pouches?